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WWF No Mercy is the Nintendo 64 exclusive sequel to the critically acclaimed (in the wrestling games community), WWF Wrestlemania 2000. The WWE Day of Reckoning games use the same grappling engine as this game, as does the EA Def Jam games (which is also developed by AKI). It is still considered to be one of the best American wrestling games, and an N64 classic.

No Mercy is the culmination of previous, similar grapplers like WWF Wrestlemania 2000, WCW/nWo Revenge & WCW/nWo World Tour.

The game was named after the WWF No Mercy 2000 Pay-per-View in which Edge & Christian faced The Hardy Boyz in a violent tag team ladder match. This made the ladder match feature a big selling point of the game. A PlayStation and Game Boy Color versions were planned but it was cancelled due to difficulty in the porting process.


The game uses the same grappling system. It improves upon the original game with an expanded story mode, better graphics, a bigger roster, an expanded create-a-wrestler mode and more weapon possibilities. One of the most praised aspects of the engine, the ability to injure specific body parts by working on it the whole match, remained intact. Some of the games better features are still absent in current generation games.

In addition to the basic strong grapple/weak grapple system seen in WWF Wrestlemania 2000, there is now a new "Running grapple" that can be used to add even more moves to the moveset. Weapons are also much more interesting to use. Instead of magically shimmying to the side whenever a move is done near them, weapons, for the most part, stay in place, allowing you to actually do moves onto them. It does no extra damage, but it does create a nice extra smashing sound (Or ringing sound if you use the ring bell) to satisfy.


Critically No Mercy received favourable reviews, and is widely considered (by western gamers) as the best wrestling game ever. Many new releases are often compared to No Mercy.

WWF No Mercy also became notorious for a bug. When originally released (in both the US and Europe), after prolonged play the game would unexpectedly return to its factory default settings. The bug was fixed and the game was redistributed, with the notable removal of blood.


Some wrestlers are just alternate costumes of each other to save room on the cartridge. These wrestlers often have similar movesets anyway. These wrestlers are marked with a /.

  • The Rock
  • Triple H
  • Stone Cold Steve Austin
  • Undertaker
  • Kane
  • Perry Saturn
  • Faarooq
  • Bradshaw
  • Buh Buh Ray Dudley
  • D-Von Dudley
  • Edge
  • Christian
  • Matt Hardy
  • Jeff Hardy
  • Rikishi
  • Scotty Too Hotty
  • Grand Master Sexay
  • Dean Malenko
  • Bull Buchanan
  • Tazz
  • X-Pac
  • Road Dogg
  • Shawn Michaels
  • Steven Richards
  • Eddie Guerrero
  • The Godfather
  • Essa Rios
  • Test
  • Val Venis
  • Steve Blackman
  • Al Snow
  • Taka Michinoku/Funaki
  • Mankind
  • Chris Jericho
  • Chris Benoit
  • Chyna
  • British Bulldog
  • Kurt Angle
  • Mr. Ass
  • Albert
  • Hardcore Holly
  • Big Boss Man
  • Viscera
  • Ken Shamrock
  • Crash Holly
  • D'Lo Brown
  • Mark Henry
  • Tori
  • Trish Stratus
  • The Kat
  • Terri/Debra
  • Lita
  • Ivory/Jacqueline
  • Mae Young/Moolah
  • Ho
  • Stephanie McMahon
  • Linda McMahon
  • Shane McMahon
  • Vince McMahon
  • Mick Foley
  • Cactus Jack
  • Jim Ross/Jerry Lawler/Patterson/Brisco
  • Hebner/Finkel/Paul Bearer/Michael Cole
  • Andre the Giant

The game was expected to include The Big Show in the roster. When it became apparent that he would not be returning from Ohio Valley Wrestling, he was replaced with Steven Richards.

WWE games
SmackDown series
SmackDown!- Know Your Role- Just Bring It- Shut Your Mouth- Here Comes the Pain
Raw series
Raw (1994)- Raw (2002)- Raw 2
Smackdown vs. Raw series
WWE Smackdown! vs. Raw- 2006- 2007- 2008- 2009- 2010- 2011
Program/Pay Per View games
Superstars (1989)- Superstars (1991)- Superstars 2- Royal Rumble (1993)- In Your House- Royal Rumble (2000)- No Mercy- Survivor Series
WrestleMania games
WrestleMania (NES)- Challenge- WrestleMania (1991)- Steel Cage- Super WrestleMania- The Arcade Game- 2000- Road to WrestleMania- Road to WrestleMania X8- X8- XIX- 21- Legends of WrestleMania
Other games
WrestleFest- European Rampage Tour- King of the Ring- Rage in the Cage- War Zone- Attitude- Betrayal- Day of Reckoning- Aftershock- Day of Reckoning 2
Non-Wrestling games
With Authority!- Crush Hour
Facts about "WWF No Mercy"RDF feed
ContentTypeVideo Game +
DeveloperAKI +
DisplayNameWWF No Mercy +
European Nintendo 64 Release15 December 2000 +
European Release15 December 2000 +
FeaturesSingle-player + and Multi-player +
GameCatVideo Game +
GenreWrestling + and Fighting +
NameWwf No Mercy +
NamePageWWF No Mercy +
NamesWwf No Mercy + and WWF No Mercy +
Nintendo 64 Release15 December 2000 + and 17 November 2000 +
North American Nintendo 64 Release17 November 2000 +
North American Release17 November 2000 +
PageNameWWF No Mercy +
PageTypeVideo Games + and Games +
PlatformNintendo 64 +
PlatformTypeConsole +
PublisherTHQ +
RatingBodiesESRB +
RatingsESRB-T +
RegionEurope + and North America +
StatusReleased +
Year2000 +

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